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Jeff Coffin Mu'tet Live at Recher Theatre on 2009-11-14

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Jeff Coffin Mu'tet Live at Recher Theatre on 2009-11-14




Jeff Coffin Mu'tet
November 14th, 2009
Recher Theatre
Towson, MD

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Disc 1
01. Intro
02. Tag ->
03. Al's Greens
04. L'esperance

Disc 2
01. Some Nerve (John Scofield) ~
02. The Mad Hatter Rides Again
03. Where Y'at?

Notes:
Co-headline with TR3.
Thanks to Nate for the ride, the ticket and the clamp space!
Shout outs to the local crew, Tom G & Mitch, great seeing you guys.
~ with Tim Reynolds, guitar; Mick Vaughn, bass; Dan Martier, drums

Personel:
Jeff Coffin, alto & tenor saxophone, flute
Bill Fanning, trumpet
Jeff Sipe, drums
Bobby Lee Rogers, guitar
Felix Pastorius, bass

AUD Source: AKG C460Bs/CK63s (DINa, ~10ft on stand, LOC, SBD Area)->PS2->Edirol R-09HR (24 bit/96 kHz)
SBD Source: SBD->Sound Devices 722 (24 bit/96 kHz)
AUD Transfer: SDHC -> PC
SBD Transfer: 722 -> PC -> FLAC -> PC
Surround Mixing: in Sony Vegas 7.0
-=Left: SBD Left Channel mixed to mono 0.0dB
-=Center: SBD Left+Right Channel mixed to mono 0.0dB
-=Right: SBD Right Channel mixed to mono 0.0dB
-=Surround Left: AUD Left Channel mixed to mono -3.0dB
-=Surround Right: AUD Right Channel mixed to mono -3.0dB
-=LFE (Sub): AUD Left+Right Channel mixed to mono and EQ'd +50Hz to -.inf
Surround Processing: Rendered as 44,100 Hz, 16 Bit, Mono, PCM (multiple) streams in Sony Vegas 7.0, processed together into DTS WAV using SurCode Pro.
Conversion: CDWav 1.93.3 for track splitting; FLAC frontend 1.7.1 for Flac16 Conversion @ level 8

Recorded by Timothy D. Brown (timothydavidbrown@gmail.com) & Nate Evans (tapernate@gmail.com)
Mixed & processed by Timothy D. Brown (timothydavidbrown@gmail.com)

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jeffcoffin.com
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(Borrowed from amdig1)

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Collection JeffCoffinMutet
Band/Artist Jeff Coffin Mu'tet
Venue Recher Theatre
Location Towson, MD

Source (See Notes)
Lineage (See Notes)
Taped by Timothy D. Brown (timothydavidbrown@gmail.com) & Nate Evans (tapernate@gmail.com)
Transferred by Timothy D. Brown (timothydavidbrown@gmail.com)

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Reviewer: jbarillaro - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 26, 2010
Subject: great mix
This is a vivid sounding mix of fun and intelligent music by Jeff Coffin. The only thing keeping this from the highest rating is a buzz most audible in the front left speaker when played at a high volume. Thanks for the hard work putting this together!
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